United prepare to take on Tottenham Hotspur as the Red Devils seek revenge after the first leg’s 6-1 humiliation.
Man United will on Sunday go head to head with Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur as EPL draws closer to its end.
The first meeting between the two sides left Spurs smiling home after shutting down Old Trafford with disastrous 6 goals.
The Red Devils are wailing for a revenge as both sides prepare for a second encounter.
Although, Man United manager, Ole Solskjaer has earlier warned his boys not to fall to Mou’s psychological tricks again.
As important as the match is to Manchester United’s reputation, it could possibly come as a tough fight for them as they are likely to face the host without three key players.
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Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba and Luke Shaw are all worries United hope to see solved soon.
The English kid netted their first goal in United’s 2-0 victory over Granada on Thursday night but was taken off after a while.
According to Ole Solskjaer, Rashford felt pains and had to be pulled from the game so he could be assessed ahead of the Sunday match.
While Shaw also was taken off after the first 45 minutes also injured but not a bad one.
Paul Pogba just returned from a long spell of injury and returning would be bad for his career.
Although, there was worry over the World cup winner but Solskjaer stated he should be ready for the Sunday game.
Speaking to reporters after their game in Spain, Solskjar said on Thursday night ; “We’ll pick a team, probably I don’t think I will until [Friday] morning to be honest, because it will be difficult to prepare,” Ole told reporters on Thursday night.
“We’ll have to stay over here, fly back tomorrow [Friday] and Saturday will just be a day of recovery and see how the bodies feel.
“So I don’t know until then, but I hope both Luke and Marcus will be ready after tonight, yeah.”
With Anthony Martial out for maybe the end of the current season, United’s striking hopes have heightened on Rashford, Cavani and Greenwood and Solskjaer believes Rashford can deal with the pressure and also deliver.
“I don’t think you need to be concerned about his fitness,” Solskjaer added. “Of course, barring any injury. No, his fitness is really good.
“He’s an athletic boy, he’s a fit boy, strong boy, you can see tonight when he goes into headers and challenges, he can look after himself.
“But, at one point, of course you hope to get to a position where he doesn’t have to play every game, every minute and, at the moment, of course we have to take him off because his foot is a little bit sore.
“So hopefully that’ll improve as the season goes on because I think he was better tonight than he was on Sunday.”